Pandemic Management and Privacy Implications (recording) 

Mar. 30, 2020
Halifax Online

CBA-NS RECORDED Webinar

“Pandemic Management and Privacy Implications”

The webinar, "Pandemic Management and Privacy Implications" by Tina Hall (Managing Lawyer and Advisor to the Chief Medical Officer of Health, NS DOJ); David Fraser (Privacy Lawyer, McInnes Cooper);  Matt Saunders (Former Emergency Management Consultant; current Partner, Cox & Palmer); and moderated by Sean Foreman, QC (NS DOJ), originally broadcast on March 27, 2020, is available from the Canadian Bar Association - Nova Scotia Branch free of charge to CBA-NS members. Please contact the CBA-NS office by email for instructions. 

CBA Members may purchase the video by selecting the "Register Now" button on the upper right and logging in with their CBA credentials. 

Non-Members may purchase the video ($30.00+GST/HST) by contacting the CBA-NS office.

Email: cbainfo@cbans.ca.
 

Original Broadcast Date:

   

Monday, March 30, 2020

Time:

 

12:00 noon - 1:00 pm Atlantic Time

Topic:

 

Pandemic Management and Privacy Implications

This webinar will discuss legal aspects of public health and pandemic management, including extraordinary emergency powers that governments can use to control the spread of the coronavirus. It will include a discussion of what those powers are, who wields them and what their legal limits are. The session will also cover what information public health authorities and others can compel for these purposes, and what personal health information businesses and employers can collect to reduce risk in their workplaces and places of business. And as more businesses transition to work from home, the panelists will also discuss cybersecurity issues this raises.

 

Panelists:

 

Tina Hall (Managing Lawyer and Advisor to the Chief Medical Officer of Health, NS DOJ); David Fraser (Privacy Lawyer, McInnes Cooper);  Matt Saunders (Former Emergency Management Consultant; current Partner, Cox & Palmer); Sean Foreman, QC (NS DOJ)

Location:

 

Via Zoom webinar

Cost:

 

$30.00 + HST
Complimentary coupon code may be used by CBA-NS members.

 

 

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CONTACT INFO

Canadian Bar Association Nova Scotia
M102-1809 Barrington Street
Halifax NS B3J 3K8
 
Tel: (902) 422-1905 
Email:  cbainfo@cbans.ca